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Idealab, Heliogen founder Bill Gross sold solar energy kits in 1973

Idealab, Heliogen founder Bill Gross sold solar energy kits in 1973

Idealab and Heliogen Founder Bill Gross speaks onstage during Vox Media’s 2022 Code Conference on September 08, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California. Jerod Harris | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Bill Gross is best known for founding the technology incubator Idealab in 1996, after starting a handful of companies in software, education tech and …

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5 new technologies that could turn our world into ‘Peripheral’

5 new technologies that could turn our world into 'Peripheral'

Hit Amazon Prime TV series “The Peripheral,” based on William Gibson’s novel of the same name, depicts a grim planet Earth in the year 2099, when a much-reduced human population relies on artificially intelligent robot servants and virtual-reality headsets allow people to travel back in time. (There are also invisible cars). Some of the technologies …

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5 new technologies that could turn our world into ‘Peripheral’

5 new technologies that could turn our world into 'Peripheral'

Hit Amazon Prime TV series “The Peripheral,” based on William Gibson’s novel of the same name, depicts a grim planet Earth in the year 2099, when a much-reduced human population relies on artificially intelligent robot servants and virtual-reality headsets allow people to travel back in time. (There are also invisible cars). Some of the technologies …

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Microsoft withdraws Internet Explorer and ends support

Microsoft withdraws Internet Explorer and ends support

Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates announces a new version of Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP and that Microsoft would include Windows AntiSpyware technology at no extra charge, during his keynote address at RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005. The two new enhancements will lead to safer Web browsing according to …

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